Seattle’s First ‘Bud ‘N’ Breakfast’ Opens

WASHINGTON:  7 Leaf Bed and Breakfast in West Seattle is the first of its kind.

Owner and chef Jeremy Cooper cooks up cuisine with cannabis, including infused oils, butters and spices.

7 Leaf opened up to the public at the beginning of June and only takes reservations on Airbnb. The guests bring their own recreational marijuana and then Cooper works it into meals.

In addition to 7 Leaf, there are a handful of so-called “Bud and Breakfasts” in Seattle. The term typically refers to hotels where guests are allowed to smoke cannabis.

AirTHC Aims to Connect Weed-Friendly Homeowners and Travelers

COLORADO: Presumably, folks visiting Colorado for a bit of “weed tourism” will want somewhere to enjoy the fruits of their travels. But until more cannabis cafes proliferate, what’s a vacationing stoner to do? It can be hard to hide the smell of marijuana in a hotel, and most Airbnb hosts make no mention of their pot policies. Plus Colorado law prohibits smoking weed in any public places. Enter airTHC.

Building on Airbnb’s short-term rental model, airTHC connects travelers with marijuana-friendly vacation rentals, “ensuring that you’ll have a private space of your own to smoke—legally—while you stay in Colorado.”

As with Airbnb, both property owners and potential renters fill out a profile. “As you stay in places you acquire a reputation,” Jordan Conner, airTHC’s co-founder, told CBS Denver. “You will also be able to contact the person before they come and stay in your place.”

So far, more than 30 property owners have signed up with airTHC. The owners plan to launch to renters “in the very near future,” co-founder Greg Drinkwater says.